1875: The factory is created by MM. GUTTIN and LANDOIS from a small workshop manufacturing wire and spikes.
1885: The business is taken over by M. De HENNAU, Engineer of Arts & Manufactures.
1897: The factory becomes the S.A. des Forges, Tréfilerie et Pointerie de CREIL, manufacturing diverse products: wire from bright, annealed, galvanized, tinned and nickel-plated steel; spikes, iron nails, rivets...
1920: De Wendel Group acquires the factory and develops the machine wire business.
1980: Merger with TREFILUNION from the SACILOR Group, and the plant specializes in the manufacture of product for the reinforcement of concrete: welded mesh and high-adhesion wire.
1986: The USINOR SACILOR Group sites producing welded mesh and reinforcement are grouped together into a single entity: the company ACOR.
1993: After UNIMETAL was dispersed, a new entity is created with the name SAM (Société des Aciers d’arMature du béton), regrouping the steel for reinforced concrete businesses. The company ACOR becomes a subsidiary of SAM.
1995: USINOR sells SAM and its subsidiaries (including ACOR) to the British group ASW (Allied Steel and Wire).
2000: RIVA Group buys SAM and its subsidiaries (including ACOR). ACOR Creil becomes a transformation unit under SAM by performing contract work on wire rod produced by its parent company.
2001: From 2001 onwards, a policy of compliance and safety of all production tools is implemented.
2003: ACOR Creil obtains ISO 9001 certification, 2000 version, in May 2003.
The ACOR plant located in CREIL produces welded mesh.
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